Application are now open to study full time at Central in Semester 1, 2015.
Whether you are interested in a course that leads straight into a career or you think you might like to go onto further study at university, we have over 120 courses to choose from.
Our Uni Connect event can help you understand how your Central qualification may get you to university.
All the universities will be there to answer your questions
Wednesday 10 September10am - 12pm
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Mick Young Scholarships are available to assist students who can demonstrate financial hardship and that you are a committed student.
Scholarships are for $500 each.
It doesn't take long to apply, applications close September 5.
In 2015, Central's new Diploma of Commerce will guarantee you entry into the second year of Curtin University's Bachelor of Commerce.
Study a year with us, and gain the academic skills you need for university.
Register your interest now in the program and we'll keep you up to date with application details
Starting in September, one evening a week are two skillset programs for people already in the industry looking to upskill.
Mental Health Skills Seminar Series
Core Skills for Counselling and Case Work
Both programs run for 10 weeks. Places are limited!
Central aims to make a big impact at this year's Skills West Expo.
We have over twenty interactive activities hubs throughout the Expo – so keep an eye out for the orange! You can find out what our students actually do while you gather career and course information.
It's on from 18- 20 September at the Convention Centre
Established in 1900, Central Institute of Technology is one of Australia's largest training institutes. We train more than 29,000 students annually, including 1300 international students.
Central offers around 400 nationally accredited training courses across a wide variety of training areas and is the primary deliverer of higher-level technical and professional qualifications within Western Australia.
Central is offering Tax Help, a free e-Tax lodgement and advisory service to current Central Students who are earning less than $50,000 per annum.
Appointments will be available at our Northbridge campus on Monday to Friday, between 9am and 5pm from the 14 July until the 31 October.
Places are limited so you will need to book an appointment.
Central students and staff feature in an inspirational show on the ABC, on Thursdays at 9.30pm
The show invited three young adults with intellectual disabilities into a new home for ten weeks.
Susan Walshe a lecturer, and two students from Central are part of the program.
21 July - Semester 2 begins
10 September - Uni Connect session. Find out about pathways to uni.
5 December - End of semester
Theses scholarships are for committed student who are experiencing financial hardship.
There have been changes to how the fees are structured.
Find out how it may affect you
Find out about VET FEE-HELP and other financial assistance options
The Centre offers a comprehensive training program including the Certificate IV in Training and Assessment
Campus and Facillities
In the Community
Careers at Central
Central Slice Short Courses
Industry Short Courses
Adult Migrant English Program
Recognition of Prior Learning
REACH Health Practice
2014 Fee Information
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Outside Australia: +61 8 9427 1055
Monday to Friday: 8am - 5pm (WST)
Locked Bag 6, Northbridge
Western Australia, 6865
Centre for Aboriginal Students
Central is situated on the land of the Whadjuk Noongar people